Mon, 11 December 2006
'Tis the season of schedules adjusted, deadlines tweaked and expectations put in abeyance, and in that spirit of the holidays I offer this respite to you and yours -- a podcast-free November has stretched languidly into a December unencumbered by new episodes of The Membrane. I suggest you take advantage of this break by getting some sleep, eating lots of fat and sugar and enjoying some well-deserved television.
Audio transmission will resume upon my reacquisition of the control of time and space. When will that be, exactly? There's no telling. But I'm thinkin' early January.
Thanks and best wishes to you.
Category:general -- posted at: 6:19pm EDT
Fri, 22 September 2006
Okay, here's the thing... brainstorms aren't always coherent phenomena.
Serendipity can sometimes lead into a ditch.
Sometimes you set out to go wading, to just take a little dip, and you end up spelunking into places you had no intention to explore, places where coming out the other side intact is such a remote possibility that the only sane thing to do is report the location, reverse course and head back to camp. And so I give you this podcast. Perhaps it can serve as a warning to others who get the notion that speaking in a foreign accent can be entertaining.
The good news is I've got it out of my system now, and podcasts where we hear interviews with more sensible people are the bright promise of the near future.
Music in this episode is from the Podsafe Music Network and featured:
The Sleeper's Opera: "Grace Falls"Picture of Barbara Ann.
Larry Seyer: "ls101605"
Thanks for listening.
Direct download: membrane_9.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:57pm EDT